See the amazing photos from the Expedition 61 crew on the International Space Station in our full gallery here!
SpaceX successfully conducted an in-flight abort test of its Crew Dragon crew capsule on Jan. 19 to test the emergency escape system for astronauts. See photos of the test here!
If you haven't signed up for the Space.com forums yet, now is a great time, as there's a ton of things to get involved in.
The astronauts of Expedition 61 have tackled some historic spacewalks at the International Space Station, including the first all-woman spacewalk and four of the most challenging spacewalks ever.
The 237th meeting of the American Astronomical Society will unveil the latest discoveries in space and the future of astronomy.
It's shopping season, space fans, so here's a round-up of the best deals online for out-of-this-world telescopes, toys and more.
We've scoured the web for Lego sets that are space or science-themed, as well as many science-fiction-themed sets.
Pete Conrad and Alan Bean make a jolly, blind, pinpoint lunar landing and grab rock samples revealing the Moon's strange birth.
With the return of the Space.com forums, we're hosting an AMA with NASA JPL's Charles White, aka the "Space Pope."
Space.com is relaunching our space community forums as we celebrate our 20th anniversary. Welcome back and let's talk some space!
Elon Musk founded SpaceX primarily to help humanity settle Mars, and here's a look at how he plans to do it — a giant rocket called Super Heavy and a 100-passenger vehicle called Starship.
Private rocket company SpaceX is a leader among the new space push to send humans to orbit on commercial craft.
NASA's Apollo program put the first humans on the moon. See how the missions flew in this photo tour.